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Holy Trinity Brompton is expecting a protest today after inviting executives from the investment bank Goldman Sachs to speak at its “Leadership Conference”.
Goldman Sachs made up to an estimated £251 million in 2012 from speculating on food. Campaigners accuse the bank of contributing to a growing global food crisis.
Day trader Allessio Rastani, who created media shockwaves in September, by declaring that “Goldman Sachs rules the world”, has addressed Occupy London.
The chief executive of Goldman Sachs, Lloyd Blankfein, has suggested that bankers are doing “God's work” and that banks have a "social purpose". His remarks were described as “frankly astonishing” by Church Action on Poverty.
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The Institute for Fiscal Studies says planned benefit cuts will have a bigger impact on the poorest households than cuts made by the Coalition.
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